vanguard wrote: The ones where the ads are really bad, I just don't visit.
There are two ways it works: 1) You simply, as you said, ask them to disable their blocker. Or, 2) You completely prevent them from interacting with your site, or even seeing the content.
This is a definite workaround, but it will not solve the problem. You can ask people as politely as you would like, please turn off your ad blocking software assurance obsèques. They will read that and see the OK button underneath it and click it. They are not going to bother taking the extra steps to disable it. In chrome, you have to go into your settings to get this done. At least in firefox, it's nicely put in the tools menu.
On the other hand, if you completely block them from seeing your site while it's active, chances are, they won't bother turning it off to see your content. They will simply go on their merry way. Hmm, he is blocking me from his site? Ok, I don't want to be here.
That is a very rude way to treat potential guests, is it not?
Either way, it's a lose/lose situation.
You'd be surprised how fast adblock and others are growing. People do not realize there could be consequences later down the line.
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